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Frionson

Member Since Dec 18, 2019  9 posts Frionson May 09 at 10:21
Sadly, I don't really believe it. No matter how confident the trader is, he or she is not always 100% profitable. Even the most successful, educated and so on traders suffer losses. Even such traders have bad days, it's natural. Losses are also part of learning this business, it is not fatal. In any case, in the future, when you have more experience and skills, you'll be able to multiply your investments that you have lost.

TraderProHungary

Member Since Jan 06, 2020  83 posts FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 09 at 12:15
Frionson posted:
Sadly, I don't really believe it. No matter how confident the trader is, he or she is not always 100% profitable. Even the most successful, educated and so on traders suffer losses. Even such traders have bad days, it's natural. Losses are also part of learning this business, it is not fatal. In any case, in the future, when you have more experience and skills, you'll be able to multiply your investments that you have lost.

Depending on what you mean by 100%, I have run a streak of not losing a single day for 7 months, before I having a single losing day.

It depends fully on how you trade, I don't set targets to meet daily, I just take what ever profits I could get before I end trades each day.
Not losing a single day does not mean I did not lose a single position.

It means when I trade, I did lets say 60 trades in that day, I win 54 times and lose 6 times and my sum of winnings gives me the daily wins. To achieve this I use stoplosses and if I make 1000 profit today, I don't force myself to try and exceed it tomorrow as I trade patiently and flow with the market. Tomorrow I might just make 500 or less from the 1000 I made the previous day and I'm satisfied and stop, the goal hear is just to be consistence from daily profits, because I might the next day after I made 500 or less make 2000 and abive if the market provide the opportunity,
The Goal hear is just to have profitable day each day, trades I lose in that day don't count as long as sum of all my winnings for the day in profits exceed the sum of the loss trades

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Beazeris

Member Since Dec 20, 2019  13 posts Beazeris May 15 at 20:40
I don't really believe that that's possible. Sounds more like you're looking for an investor to me. If you had 100% probability on any chart, you wouldn't be writing here, you'd be trading on. But I can't prove it anyway, so I'll just wish you luck in the future.

Dorigda

Member Since Apr 15, 2020  73 posts Dorigda May 17 at 07:48
The result, of course, is the one that every trader wants to get.

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4838 posts vontogr (togr) May 18 at 06:28
Dorigda posted:
The result, of course, is the one that every trader wants to get.

Nope surprisingly 100% is easy to achieve but not profitable.
Why?
You simply keep losing trades open and close only the profitable ones.
As result you got indeed 100% winning trades and as a bonus account in deep s**t.
100% winning trades is nonsense, focus on risk reward ratio in any form to evaluate your trading.

togr

Member Since Feb 22, 2011  4838 posts vontogr (togr) May 18 at 12:20
togr posted:
Dorigda posted:
The result, of course, is the one that every trader wants to get.

Nope surprisingly 100% is easy to achieve but not profitable.
Why?
You simply keep losing trades open and close only the profitable ones.
As result you got indeed 100% winning trades and as a bonus account in deep s**t.
100% winning trades is nonsense, focus on risk reward ratio in any form to evaluate your trading.


Thats also why so called FundsProManager (TraderProHungary) May 09 at 14:15
has only demo accounts with only few days history
Beware

Kazile

Member Since Apr 25, 2020  76 posts Kazile May 19 at 07:31
I do not think that such a strategy will suit everyone.

Duktilar

Member Since May 24, 2020  71 posts Duktilar Jun 09 at 07:37
It seems to me that all the same for all traders the same deal can work differently.

greenbandits

Member Since Feb 08, 2019  17 posts Anthony Ramos (greenbandits) Jun 13 at 01:52
togr posted:
Dorigda posted:
The result, of course, is the one that every trader wants to get.

Nope surprisingly 100% is easy to achieve but not profitable.
Why?
You simply keep losing trades open and close only the profitable ones.
As a result you got indeed 100% winning trades and as a bonus account in deep s**t.
100% winning trades is nonsense, focus on risk-reward ratio in any form to evaluate your trading.


Even that won't work lol.. eventually the margin call will take out the losing trades anyway.

I totally agree 100% win rate does not mean anything.

The first thing I look for is the profit factor score.. I mean isn't that what we all are trying to increase.
The bigger return for every $1 we place in a position.

I personally focus on winning the overall trade, not the specific position. That way when that trade is finished I'm in profit whether it's on the 1st position or my 3rd in the overall trade. No, I do not mean martingale either smiley

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Dorigda

Member Since Apr 15, 2020  73 posts Dorigda Jun 16 at 04:21
I also think that in any strategy there really is a place for risk.

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